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AFTER SEVENTEEN YEARS. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
AFTER SEMElBra YEARS. WKLEOUItNB, Thursday. At DfljloaW:.Cbnrt.J«Btorf»yf * - cdMS. mttictaa.'vtiv ohargod with • tj"i 'M" cony ot-a-go^sxiajL.*rip«bot £18.*Tbo.of foaco U allogodvto.-fiCTo.beoo «fmA™ la tlio yoar 1893, and a irarttmt for • Kittor son'» • arroat wna.\ obtained 17 jcarasEo AncatoZ, bonmraT, conld.cnt bo found, and ho summdarod: Kiasalf to=tbo [XjUco thia pwiypiT»p ■■fcrturrmiTOE obotE® Ifo-j£$qzlcH tnJiotrraod-tbo hoariuu for 14 a»ya, bail baton nltmrod.
CHILDREN'S UNION COUPON ART LITERARLY NEEDLEWORK RUEES FOR CHILDRENS UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
CHILDREN'S UNION •. cooeon. R UJjES FORtCUltDttfiaa^• L' WON • NJ3.—Readrtbeso, re-* member if* you cfa»ux& ilMlDBHonr cx>o mp&lt;rfc. be aodbr •£&£«(&. ye*is>&lt;&lt;rf: 4fi& ' 2.—Tb©,*C.'TJ. Cbupvk iaosfr35» 'firmly at tached to- ovor^_^t^xfm«Art*idJ6Aecaiu>e' Competitions. £&tne9 wii&'liOO&E or NO Coupons will bo disqualified..; 3.—Name and addidB^ofTiCorapetitor with number and ugo - must bo final-? nttoched to, or written upon, eachioaix? lor-oa&peti tion. O»tribution9 with iXIOS&vor SO n&mos witt be disqualified. 4.—All on tries musttibe rerefrvd &lt;* nteijerf/*& by first post on tU> date^aivu»n. Cbreptifi6iooss are given 'far Lii I«aaj5itt jboo'^Io I have plenty of time to ^ejoaottaSL 5.—AH prices mast b*£*5pikcf*?Cjr-*^5tIli«; 14 days. . * 6.—Nothing must be. oopiqd&frbi&**HEj' pscf turd or design, artf no -ha*stemed payment for...
PRODUCE SALES, SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
PRODUCE SALES, SYDNEY. Tuesday. A feature or the produce auction sales liuld sit the .Sydney good* statiou yards to. day «*us the sudden dc-Iine of £1 i:er ton in th« prioe of pot:ito&lt;*«. The redurtiou was due to heavy arrivals, totalling lO.OUO bags, from TaMiiaitian pvris. Prime HiovvuyJls realised 8;'. nood 7 o 10 7/1U pvr cwt. Chuff met with keen &lt;ump«.«:itioJ», and late values; wer«, well muitamod. Choice cuts clianged bands at- from 4/10, prime 4; to 4,3, go;id 3-3 to 3,'rj p*r tut. Lucerne* showed a de cline of 5/ per ton, goud'in small bales 3/, medium 2'(J to 2;9, Inferior 2/1 to 2/3 per cwt. Prime ehickwbeat sold from 3/4 & to 3/5, good 2/2Vj to %/Zht per bushel, prlmt* lucerne chaff r. . >cd from 1/2 to 4/0, medium rye sit »v 3' \m cwt; wheat 3,'o X'i , 3/8, barley 2,"J to 3,', Local sale: Lucerne chaff from Patterson, West Tamworth, 4>-i-, lucerue dust, 4/10; wheawn chafi, i10.
PROGRESS OF THE FLYING MEN. FIRST FLIGHT ACROSS THE ALPS. THE SAD STORY OF A HERO. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
PROGRESS OF THE FLYING MEN. • ■FIRST PLIGHT ACROSS THE ALPS. THE SAD STORY OF A HERO. f;■ 'Autumn has brought new triumphs and new tragedies for the aeroplane. An air ship has sailed for the first time from France to London, hut the most wonderful deed of ail was that of a young French man who Hew over the Alps. He paid for the triumph with his life. The flight over the Alps was made by M. Chavez to gain a prize of £4000. He had to start from Brigue, in Switzerland, fly over the mountains, by the Simplon Pass, ; descend ou the Italiau side, and. .fly to | Milan, a total distance of 94 miles. | It was a tremendous thing that Chavez had to do—to fly over this range of mountains which cover 90,000 square miles of the con tinent of Europe. Of course, he* had not to cross the highest point, for Mount Blanc is nearly 16.000 feet high. He had to cross from Switzerland into Ifaly^at a point less than half the height of Mont Blanc. But the treacherous currents of air, which at any moment mig...
A CORNER FOR THE WEE ONES, AUNT AGNES READS A LONG, LONG TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
A COSJffiR FOR THE WEE ONES, AUNT AGNES READS A LONG, LONG .TALE. f To sleepy Dick Aunt Agnes efried, 44 'Tis early yet for bed. Come ait and listetx at my side ' ^ Until this tale I've read.1* r ■ f tr~ ■ The tale was veiy, very long, — And Dick, to keep awake. Stored at atmt, till—was lie wrong?' Thero.xmist be some mistake!—" Her spGca.Btill rourid 'oafcrounder grow, Uw cbair xand toofcatpotefade, ^ And &2mito»dear from top to too "Jl PVom cue long frifi^flencd-liowl, He wakca^oltod lliB'd^teoicteiSlQet ^ And dreamfctsbe x?23 aa.OWLl y
SOME RECOLLECTIONS AND A SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
SOME RECOLLECTIONS AND A SKETCH. A clover Australian mumxnef Whofl® ability lias ,&lt;x>uie to, Jight within the new oe&tury is Grogaji. McMahon, who' has bvtfa alwayf ou the up grade since he ^appeared under Charles Huwtrey's tnaaage&ent a* Horace i Parker, in "A Message from Mara." Hit I latest work continues to be his best, for Lo lis a painstaking urtist, who gala* the full valuy of experUucts—u character actor with a wide tan^e. Playgoers must sptak with respect ol the McMuhon they bavo te«n aa "Old Lively" In "Sunday," as the knighted druper in "Diana of DobsonY* (all tfcoelitnt Sketch" us a genial jcunji Irishman in "Tb> Flug Lieutenant." as the unfortunate convict it. ♦'A Village Priest,' as one «f th? Wylli* Mothers—th« dunderneaded on*—-in "Wba: Every Woman Knows/' and oVicr Darts. Thus this- month's "Lone Hafed,*' und th« brief notice curries the writer back nearly sixteen years, to the hall' of th* Ratf*ay Institute, at Redfem, to a group it...
DREADFUL BLASTING ACCIDENT. MAN GLOWN TO PIECES. SYDNEY, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
DREADFUL BLASTING ACCiBENT. MAN GLGWNJO PIECES. SVDXKV, Tihij I A dreadinl blasting accident happened at Fern Hill yesterday. v.hi'ii Allied Warner, •10, met with u shorkin:: death. Ue was working with others in a low level sewer, and defended thy shaft with the intention &lt;tt char^in^ nuk at the bottom with gelignite. While the others wvw watching Warner place the charge, a terrific explosion occur red. When t.ht, noise subsided and the smoke cleared, Warner was found lyin^ on his side, death apparently having been in stantaneous. The ri^.lit side of his head was completely blown awav. and "the left side badly lacerated, the brains protruding. The body wi\$ badly bruised, and the riyht arm was broken.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S COLUMN. WHAT ARE "BLIND-ALLEY" OCCU. PATIONS? [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
YOUNG PEOPLE'S C0LSMN. WHAT ARE "BLIND-ALLEY" OCCU. PATION'S? • A blind alley is a Toad along, which one can go for a certain distance, ami then no farther. We have to go back and make a fresh start, and we have lost all our time. • And so we now give the name of "blind galley" occupations—a name which every I boy should know—to those which seem to ! after a road to somewhere, but lead ar«boy [nowhere, waste years which he cart never r regain, and perhaps even destroy-his power |to learn something better afterwards. | All who have studied the subject know how important this question is, and boys* and girls should all be warned in time of tbe consequences of going into a "blind-alley" occupation. A boy leaves school at fourteen, and can at once get employment which brings in a few shillings a week, but which teaches him nothing. For instance, this may be tbe case with telegraph boys, to take a case where the State itself has been to blame. After n few years, when the boy is beginning...
CATHOLIC EDUCATION. ATTITUDE OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT. CONFERENCE CONVENED BY THE CARDINAL. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
ATTITUDE OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT. CONFERENCE CONVENED BY THE CARDINAL. •SYDNEY. Tiu'stl; The conference of Komuu Catholic edtn-a* tion authorities convened by Cardinal Muran was opened by llit> Cardinal at »St. Marv'.s Chapter IJou^. this n)onjiug. About 100 delegates were present. His Kmineme hri'-llv stated the objects of the cuiiierenre. whirh wen1 to discus-; ;he question ot mlmation in all Its b«.;mnj«jj. particularly u-itli regard to secondary i-du c:rtitMi and the* conditions attached to the State scholuryhips and bursa fits. The conference is proceeding, and is being hold wich closed doors. Cardinal Moran, addressing the Confer ence. said that to promote the piety peace, and happiness of Catholic children, religion must go hand in hand with education. Their enemies, who sought, to undermine the foundations of Christianity, had vowed the total destruction of the Roman Catholic .Church, To attain this end. ih-Jr main efforts were directed to banish religion from the schools...
PEEL RIVER FARM AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
PEEL RIVER FARM AVAILABLE. Farm 22" peel Klver Settlomcnl Purchase Ah'ii, Parish 1.Ls>mhe«;»h. Comity Parry, !;"» miles from Tatmvorth, nroa acres, will l>.» available lor >fUl»>iiu,m purchase under tltf IWr i>oU lenient ou and alter February (5, The eaoital value &lt;»l th«» farm, including improvements. is tPi'JLVH'". J«»d tin* deposit CSl'-fT. Applications will he received any day from the Gth to the Uth, Kebrtunv inclusive.
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Tamworth Daily Observer — 18 January 1911
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Mr. T. (I. Adauison bad ihe misfortune to meet witlj a rather painful ncHrtem this week. lie was placing some wood in iho furnace of an engine working at his place, when a lojr slipped. am! in endeavoring to retain his hold, a tinker of .Mr. Adamson's h-i't hand was broken at the top jo nt. and oth»T monrtjers badly crushed. through the Ihtperr. becoming jammed against (he hon work of the boiler. . .